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The Joys and Sorrows of Parenting by The School The School of Life

Title The Joys and Sorrows of Parenting
Author The School The School of Life
Publisher School of Life
Release 2019-04-09
Category Child rearing
Total Pages 56
ISBN 9781999917937
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is made up of 26 small essays that aim provide understanding of and consolation for the trials and pleasures of parenting

The Joys and Sorrows of Parenthood by Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry. Committee on Public Education

Title The Joys and Sorrows of Parenthood
Author Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry. Committee on Public Education
Publisher
Release 1973
Category Child rearing
Total Pages 135
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Joys and Sorrows of Life by Gisele C. St. Arnault

Title The Joys and Sorrows of Life
Author Gisele C. St. Arnault
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release 2011-07-21
Category Poetry
Total Pages 155
ISBN 9781465339171
Language English, Spanish, and French
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I was born in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, on November 21. I did not stay there long, for my father was in the army, in which, he moved my family to Manchester, NH long before I can remember. However, I am now living in North Carolina with my husband and step son.

Title Nadia Says Get Creative Parent
Author Nadia
Publisher Trafford Publishing
Release 2012-10
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 130
ISBN 1466930969
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The book draws attention to the role of the adult in parenting and the cycle of mismanaged experiences displaying a repetitive pattern of adult behaviour generation after generation. It states that unless the adult is willing to open heart and mind, the journey of parenting will continue to assume the repetitive pattern of the same old tired errors. As, there is no formal training for parenting the book appeals to the adult's common sense, work at changes through self reflection and management of emotions to build a healthy, happy relationship with his or her child. The book serves the dual purpose of providing a guide, not solutions on varied, common topics affecting adult lives with young children, and at the sametime, creating awareness for the adult stepping into parenthood or for those working with children. It suggests that adults develop a sense of humour before attempting to manage a child's issue. It's time for self reflection. Get in touch and understand the parent's nature as a child first. In the end, the book guides those willing to open heart and mind to approach their child with an open to suggestions attitude.

Title The Never Ending Joys of Parenting Adopting and Fostering Kids
Author Jim McConnell
Publisher Redemption Press
Release 2020-11-05
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages
ISBN 1683149254
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into Jim and June McConnell’s adoption and foster parenting journey—the joys, sorrows, challenges, and everything in between. When Jim and his wife, June, decided to become foster parents, they had no idea of the journey ahead of them. Excited to love and help kids, they welcomed numerous foster children into their home. They could never have imagined the unique challenges they would face dealing with the foster care systems intended to help those children. Unable to have children of their own, Jim and June sought to adopt, which opened up a whole new world of love, joy, and challenges—including what they would learn firsthand about fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS). With a conversational tone, Jim shares the joys of welcoming foster and adopted children into his home. He details how things did not always go as planned, the adjustments they made, and the wisdom he and June learned along the way. Included is a section to help readers understand the symptoms and destructive effects of prenatal alcohol and drug use. Insightful, instructive, transparent, and entertaining, The Never-Ending Joys of Parenting will help—and inspire—all parents in their child-rearing journey.

To You and Your Children by Benjamin K. Wikner

Title To You and Your Children
Author Benjamin K. Wikner
Publisher Canon Press & Book Service
Release 2004
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 298
ISBN 1591280281
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Scripture promises that God's people "shall not labor in vain, nor bring forth children for trouble; for they shall be the descendants of the blessed of the Lord, and their offspring with them" (Is. 65:22-23), and that Christ "will turn...the hearts of the children to their fathers" (Mal. 4:6). Yet Christian parents today face a disturbing exodus of their children from the Church to the world. Why is this? What is the place of children within the faith? What do the promises mean? Recognizing that this subject is fraught with difficulty and grief, the twelve contributors to this volume seek to address the hard questions and lay a biblical foundation of hope for our children. Contributors include Timothy Bayly, Joel Belz, Randy Booth, David Hagopian, Douglas Jones, Dr. Nelson D. Kloosterman, Dr. Charles Alan McIlhenny, Dr. Robert S. Rayburn, G. Mark Sumpter, Tom Trouwborst, Benjamin K. Wikner, and Douglas Wilson.

Ways of Studying Children by Millie Almy

Title Ways of Studying Children
Author Millie Almy
Publisher Teachers College Press
Release 1979
Category Education
Total Pages 215
ISBN 0807776327
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Since the publication of the widely used Ways of Studying Children in 1959, young children and education have experienced many new influences, including an increased emphasis on learning in the early years. Focusing on children under the age of eight, this enlarged edition analyzes theories and practices that have had an impact on the study of young children, such as the insights of Jean Piaget and the use of behavioral objectives.New applications of child study relevant to bilingual children, youngsters from diverse cultures, and handicapped children are provided. In a balanced way, the authors consider controversial questions of school records versus children's privacy, standardization and individual development, cognitive and emotional growth, excessive testing versus other ways of appraising progress. Up-to-date lists of suggested readings at the end of each chapter offer additional opportunities for learning and growth to experienced or beginning teachers.Reviewers praised Ways of Studying Children as practical and readable, valuable not only to teachers but also to supervisors, curriculum coordinators, parents, and others interested in education. The new edition adds special appeal for teachers in preschool programs, day-care centers, and kindergarten through second grade.The authors offer a detailed, caring perspective on individual child development that concentrates on the whole child. They are concerned not only with the study of young children, but also with the realities faced by early childhood teachers today. “The wisdom of child sense and teacher sense in this book, together with its comfortable style, will, of themselves, give it an abiding place on my shelf.” —From the Foreword by David Elkind

Mindful Parenting by Scott Rogers

Title Mindful Parenting
Author Scott Rogers
Publisher Mindful Living Press
Release 2005-12
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 194
ISBN 0977345505
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Mindful Parenting presents readers with effective and easy to apply meditation techniques that expand present moment awareness and bring about feeling of joyfulness. The source of the meditations' power resides in a deepening awareness of a reader's connection to their child.

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